One of the best things you can do as an entrepreneur is network and learn from others. Starting a business is hard work and you can’t do everything on your own. Often an entrepreneur is trying to build a team, searching for customers, perfecting a product or service, and thinking about ways to grow.
Luckily for us in Detroit there’s a ton of great networking opportunities. Get out and meet new folks and learn new insights that can help you with your business this month. Here are five upcoming events that an entrepreneur in Detroit can check out.
One of the most popular local tech events in the city is DNew Tech. At DNew Tech you can hear other new technology startups pitch their new company and you can network with local entrepreneurs and investors. It’s always a great turnout and exciting to learn what’s built in Detroit. Come get connected with the tech community at this event
At Bamboo Detroit you can meet the former VP of talent for the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, Amy Cell. Amy has been working with entrepreneurs for years helping them connect to talent and learn how to build a great team. Build a team is vital. It’s the core of your company. Come join this upcoming lunch and learn session.
This free talk at Bamboo Detroit is a part of the Treps Nest series, created by a culture and consulting firm that has worked with many large and innovative organizations. The talk will share insights into building a more entrepreneurial culture, looking at individual contributors and how they work together in a team.
Each month local entrepreneurs and creatives gather together to celebrate life’s little victories at the beach bar in campus martius park. A popular event, there’s always a turnout of great folks. For an entrepreneur, you meet other like minded people in the community perhaps meeting a partner or learning about a new business you might want to work with all in Detroit’s downtown beach.
Love to support local? The Build Bazaar thrown by Detroit’s Build Institute is showcasing local entrepreneurs and their products for sale. On Sunday, August 30th during the day Shed 5 will be filled with over 40 vendors including craft items and local food.
Get out and enjoy this last month of summertime and support our local business scene! We hope to see you around at one of these upcoming entrepreneurial events.